Welcome to MyTravelCoupons.com!
We wanted to thank everyone who comes to visit our site. We’re on the same mission: travel smarter, and for less money. We currently host hundreds of coupon codes for airlines, hotels, rental cars and other travel services to help you save money. We are also adding dozens more daily.
Big Daily Travel Sales:
Lots of websites have taken a page from daily deal sites like Groupon and offer travel deals for 24 hours or less. We are able to feature all of them here for you to browse through. If you travel often (or just like saving money), feel free to bookmark this site and keep coming back to check all the daily travel deals we’re featuring.
Livingsocial is very much like Groupon in that they offer steep discounts for a limited time. They also have a ‘travel section’ devoted to cheap hotels and other amazing deals. The travel deals you see for Livingsocial are actually automatically generated based on what geographic location you (the website visitor) come from. So you should see travel deals that are close geographically to you.
This is great if you want to go for a weekend away. However, if you want to travel to somewhere far away, this Livingsocial widget is less useful. Click through to their website and then you can browse all the travel deals Livingsocial has featured.
It’s called “FareBuzz”, but the website offers more than just airfares. They also offer discounts on hotels, rental cars, and vacation packages. Since Farebuzz’s daily airfare deals fluxuate so much, we can’t feature them on our website since the information would be outdated before you clicked through. So we’re going to feature some special promotions that they are offering, including the Black Friday deal featured above.
Expedia’s Daily Deals:
Expedia has taken a page from daily deal sites and created a “daily deals” section where you can browse limited time offers for flights, hotels, and vacation packages. These deals are usually for 40% off or more. Definitely a cool page to look at if you want to go travelling but aren’t too sure where to go just yet.
Okay, you got us: Amazon.com isn’t a travel company. But they do have a lightning box feature where they offer steep discounts on a few products for only an hour or two. Since pretty much everyone has bought something from Amazon.com at one point in their life, and those who search for “travel coupons” probably also enjoy searching for deals on other products that they buy.